If you’ve got children under the age of 18, you’re probably well aware of the challenges faced when trying to take your family abroad for a holiday. You’re vaccinated, but perhaps your children aren’t – navigating the various travel testing requirements is a nightmare!
Well, good news! Spain have just declared that they’re going to be allowing unvaccinated teens between the ages of 12 and 17 into the country as long as they can show a negative PCR result taken within the preceding 72 hours.
The change is set to come into place from 00:00h on Monday 14th February, just in time for the half-term break – so what are you waiting for? Book your teens’ tests now and take that much-needed holiday!